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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1839

MlttCMT. ! have worn upon the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man.-'-Thomas Jcflcraon. PMNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume I2 BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APIfcllL 27, 1839. : OFFICE OF THE DEfiTOflTUT. Oppohite St. Paul's Cnuncii, Main-st. TERMS : 57ic COLUMDLZ DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TlfO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. itYo subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon iinuancc permitted, until all arrearages' arc discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenlt'ftve cents for every subse quent nsertwn. gOvi liberal discount made to those ivho a-ivcrlise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. A DEED OF SEPARATION' A TALE. BY MB8. ADDV Emma Wilmot, a blooming sprightly gir...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1839

fired to affect a srpsrtion in life. At length the medical man, having left Lady Falkland took sir Edgar under his care, and immedi ately silenced his transports by a composing draught; fire, engines arrived from the country town, and in n few hours the house had ceased to blaze! presenting, however a lamentnble spectacle of blackened and smo king ruins. "Morning came, the father and mother of Lady Falkland were expected, and I rode to meet them with the happy change in tho prospects of their daughter; they were as tonished that 1 should greet them with a emile, still more so when I described the tremendous scene of the proceeding night; whirh teemed little calculated to excite such a token of pleasure; but most greatful were they when I had finished my story, and frequently did they return thanks to the gracious Lord, who had thus wonderfully and mysteriously wrought good out of evil. 'I led them to the farm, where they fond ly embraced their beloved daughter; she was silting by th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1839

THE COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT. SI'PilZ).JV, JtPMZi 4T, 1830. 1 tCJTTo our Patrons P 'This No. S3 completes one year since Jjte " Columbia Democrat" came into the liands of tho present publisher; nnd to such 5s rrave complied with the terms of publica tion, his thanks are due, as they have as sisted to lighten the burthen of a printer's Koublcs, which are, al best, almost too ''heavy to bo borne." Those who have ot, will confer a favor, not only on the pub isher, but on his creditors, by handing over the ready in due season. VJi- II REMOVAL. ? The Office of the 'Columbia Dkmociut' Paul s Church, Mam-strcot, We publish in another column the pro ceedings of the Court of Dauphin county, in ithe " conspiracy case." It appears from cso proceedings that the prosecuting at- irney was silly enough to disclose the ar rangements which had been made by him and his masters, to" convict the democratic Irebels, right or wrong," by packing an an- timasontc jury. Asati evidence of the truth oi ni comession...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 27 April 1839

A Desirable Opportunity for New Sub scribers. jfTiiE fourth voMnir. oi. the GENTLEMEN'S MAGAZINE, AND AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIg W, Commenced on tht first of Jan. 1830. TERMS $S per annum, payable fn advance. Two large volumes of nearly one thousand pages are published every year. PTpHia popular work Is now printed with a new J3 type cart expressly for tho purpose, on fino iiucis. paper, wcu 6titciicd in a neat rover. Yalua Wo Engravinrrs aro niven in ever oilier number. Tin Gentlemen's Magazine andAmcricanMonth ly Review lias attained a standing that cnsiirra its continuance; and the commendatory notices of the inoii rcspeciaoio portion ot tho press attests its mer it and popularity. Each monthly number con- tains e fiventy-two extra sized Octavo pages, and presents more reading matter than n volume of a novel. It is published at little mora than half the price of any other Magazine in the United States, yet contains as many ORIGINAL PAPERS as any otner monthly publication. 1VM. E. BUR...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1839

"I have sworu npou tUo Altar of God, eternal hostility to every fom of Tyranny over the Wind of Iah.-Th0IBM JeWu PiiWTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; i Yolume III. r OFPICE'OP THE DEMOCRAT. rOidsiTfc St. Paul's Church, 'Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT ivill be .published evert Salurdau morniner. at V TWO DOLLARS per a'nnunUpayable I, 'ltttf yearlU in advance, or Two Dollars I ?Jty Wits, tf riot paid within the yean ffio subscription ivill be taken for a shorter t nm'nJ tl, ,.. i 1 If tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are uiscnargeu. tD VERTJSEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at una uouarjor incjirst three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscruon. ECr.tf nueral discount made to those who advertise bv the near. LETTERS addressed on business; must oe post pant: BEAUTY AND TIME Iir MISS I'AltDOK. Jeauty went out ono summer day To prove in Pleasure'o bower; iAnd much she sported in her way With every opening flower, .t length she reac...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1839

is indeed his writing!" When she read it the tones of her voicd went to the heart. I was moved, and I 9id to her, Well Madam, throw the letter into tho fire; and I shall have no power to punish your hus band." She burned the letter and was happy. Her husband is now safe; two hours later and Jic would have beon shot. You see I lovo women who are gentle and unaffected because they resemble you. Adieu, my beloved Josephine, I am well. Napoleon. Fascinations of the Rattlesnake. When 1 was a boy about thirteen years old,' says Mr. Willard, 'my father sent mo out into a field to bow some briers. 1 had not been long employed when 1 discoverd a large rattlesnake, and looked around for some thing to kill him; but not readily discovering a weapon, my curosity led me to view him. lie lay coiled up, with his tail erect, and making the usal noise with his rattles. I had wiewed him but a short time, when the most vivid and livelv colors that imagi nation can paint, and far beyond lha powers of th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1839

'Titti POOR INDIAN. The opr-ration of the beneficial policy of Uib government towards the Indians will be been in tiio extract wo givo from Senator Sevier's speech, lie is nonr tho new residence of tho tribes, and understands milch better their condition, lhaif those re mote "political sympathisers" who, having exterminated the tribes in their own region Tsxptats tho sin by exclaiming "tho poor In dians 1" "Within the liny'ts of the proposed Ter ritory, there are eighteen emigrant tribes, number in population about 73,200, and there are eight indigenious tribes, whose aggregate number is about21,G00, making in all about 95,000. In this estimate, I have Viol included the wild Indians of the prairio tor the mountains, or those residing north of Ihe Missouri, or around the sources of tho tIississippi, as all of these aro without the limits of the Territory. Of those whoso condition wo arc now considering, tho prin cipal and most influential, and, with a few individual exceptions, by fa...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 May 1839

Silos$icctu for thoSxfra&loIic 1839 rE lapr bcforo our Republican friends A fulc ecnutiori nancr fufr rlur rlifnli ncriodicnl jHumcauon, the ' Uxtha Gionx." During the months when Congress It In session, wo publish tho" QosonisHioxjtL Uiui,'' which gives a condensed report of its proceedings weekly, for one dollar. In the interval between the hcrs'ioih x t .. i' ' ttf Congress, we publsh tho "Extiu Gloiis,1' for ix motitfts, containing tbo news, politics, public 'documents, and whatever clto of interest appears in me uauy uiodc, lor tne same price. These two publications nro prihtcd weekly, in book form, td render them convenient for prescivalion and refer 'encc. Lith number conlaius 10 royal quarto pa ge. The important elections which will take place during the npproaching summer aud fall, will givo 'ijeculiar value to the information to be derivdd from this quartci, during the canvass. The new phases of parties in the North, and tho troubled aspect wncu lureign agitation gives...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1839

IIIIBIA "I havo sworn upon the Altar of Uod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. AVEBB. Volume HI. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1839. Kumfccr 8. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Orrosira St. Paul's Cmmai, Main-st. The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at 7 WO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid toithin the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nscrlion. CTVi liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From tlio N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. THE FIFTIETH YEAR. The 4th of March, (of the past mo...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1839

Ins brcnJt an! straining his last breath, gave the cry, "to arms ! to tinned Quick as thftightthc youthful bandit lashed from Ins Covert, followed by liis devoted band,' tlud U -Mwitifr opon tlic outer door, gained ).." A Well led to the prisoner's dun- Onon, they made ! while the shrill vnco of Hcnriqucz could over and anon bo li'ird urging; them on "by their hopes of sal vation, 10 tno rescue ot their chiefs daugh tcr. 'Tlii3 way ! tho rescue ! men of Ilil debrand, charge 1 and a glorious reward is yourn, cried tho infuriated lover, as his sword passed through the heart of thu last fctfntry. Dnik and fearful was tho struggle th moss covered floor was slippery with lui n in gore ami many a gallant soul was iaul lotv in death on that occasion. The ri.nhiiii of arms still neivaded to a fcarfu twn', when a wild shriek, followed by the r pou oi a pisioi, rung inrougn tne nan r-ul was succeeded by cries for help. lien iHres shuddered it was the imploring toico ol lsierino I anil cutting...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1839

THE CdLUMHLY DEMOCRAT. "rnuTii wiT'torr vr.Aii Wp have the pleasure of acknowledging the addition of soverul good and true demo cratic names to our subscription list, Svithin "the past week. If our list increases for a 'few weeks, in like proportion; We shall bo 'enabled to look down all opposition. 'fcOdD NEWS FOU THE ItEMOVAJ, INTEKEST. Our neirrhbor oftho Whis Itogister, has at length shown tho cloven font, r.nd come out for the Danville interest m opposition to the removal. This we rejoice at, as he has always hung around it like an in cubus. Wc know not what inducements may have been hold out to him from below, other than tho occasional advertisements irnm mu i luuiLmuuv o unu graced the columns of his paper of late. This, however, was probably sntlieient lor tho entering wedgo that ho published in his last number, and if the new Prothonotafy will occasionally give him a little pap, by way of advertisements, he will ha ;o him, body and hitJcches, by fall election. Glori ons uni...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 May 1839

11Z subscriber grateful for past favors, returns his sincere thanks to his numerous friends ami customers, and would now inform them, that ho has juat received from New York, the Report of wo New "STork & London Fashions, Ton TnE svntsn jlxii si-mmkii or 1839, together with the drafts of the numerous changes, both as regards tho style of Making and Trimming, as well as Cutting garments, lie is therefore ful ly prepared now to turn out work in the most supe rior stylo of cut and workmanship ,and respectfully solicits a continuance of public favor. BERNARD RUPERT flloomsburg, April 13. GS&OU2VD Far PIi ASTER . Sale. Tlie subscribers having taken tho Grist Aim, lately owned by Mat new McDowell, have on hand about G-B.GU2SD PLASTER, which they will sell on reasonable terms. MELICK &, BROWN. McDowell's Mills, April 0, 1839. LOST on the 25th March, between my dwelling and Jersey (own, or in Jersey town, a calfskin Pocket Book, containing, ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE DOLLARS in...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1839

C0MMBI1 BEM0C1AT 9 ;.. j . ... . "I have sworn npou the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Blind of Man. Thomas JclTcri.en. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY H. WllS Volume Off. BLOOMSBURG-, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1839, Number 3. mu:L."'iirMii'ii"' r:jiw "T7r'"s"i"ir . " """ t"""""iV.i? ""' 'r"""7"i';"nw. M v "r' ". ..... . , T , , "i1 . ..'-t . . . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Opposite St. Paul's Church, Main-st. TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at Tlf 'O DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars - Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. iVo subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserlion. Cr- liberal discount made to those, who advert...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1839

v?nlcc of Old Rye, forgot all their perils and and fatigue. "How near the rocks did wc go," said I to one of the master's mates, the next morn ing;. He mado no reply, but taking down his chart, showed mo a pencil line between the outside shoal and the Light House Island whioh must have boon a small strait for a fisherman to run his smack thlough in good weather by day light. For what is tho noble and dear old frigate reserved 1 I went upon deck; the sea was calm, a gentle breeze was swelling our canvass from our mainsail to royal,tho isles of Scilly had sank in tho eastern waters, and the clouds of tho dying storm were rolling off in broken masses to tho uorlhwaid and westward, like tho flying columns of a bea ten army. I have been in many a gale of wind, and have passed through scenes of great danger but never before nor since, havo I experi enced an hour so terrific, as that when the Constitution was laboring with the lives of five hundred men hanging on a single small iron bolt, ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1839

1 TUB COLUMBIA DElIOCItAT. "tiujth wrrmirr veaii S.1TUIW.1V, .1I.1V 18, 1830. " THE CORNER STONE, , .i.- nr? A NfiRVILTiE UNION III mi; Lfitunit will be laid on Sunilay, tho Oth 0f June next, with appropriate ceremonies. Orangcville, Way la, lbju. fri,n Tlnnsn of Rcnrcscnlalivcs havo an- totaled a committee with power to send for ersons and papers, to examine into the nnd rnnnrt to the liouse. whctiier Lltia, I kaildeus Stevens, lias not, by his conduct, brfeiteu his claim to a scat in 111:11 oouy. Tl. Runrnmn Oinirt Ima delivered their J II- "1'"" pinion in the Prcsbylerian case, awarding ;new trial, as applied for by that portion f the Church denominated the Old School. ,'oJge Rogers, before whom the trial had ccn held, dissented from the opinion of tho hurt. The Governor has nominated Thomas l.3ell, Esq. of Chester county, President udgc, to supply the vacancy occasioned by ic death of Judge Darlington. We havo always been of the opinion that e Register man was opposed, at heart,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 May 1839

'SIMBEBS AEJ THE subscriber grateful for past favors, returns hi sincere thanks to his numerous friends mnd customers, and would now inform them, that he has just received from New York, tho Report of tho a New "STork & London Fashions, tor Tns srniso asd scmmeu ot 1639, together with tho drafts of the numerous changes, both as regards tho stylo of Making and Trimming, as well as Cutting garments. Ho is thereforo ful ly prepared now to turn out work in tho most supe rior stylo of cut and workmanship ,and respectfully -solicits a continuance of public favor. BERNARD RUPERT JQIoomsburg, April 13. PIi ASTER Sale. The subscribers having taken tho Grist Mill, lately owned by Malhcw McDowell, have on hand about 10 Tm GB.OUN33 PIASTER, which they will sell on reasonable terms. MELICK & BROWN. McDowell's Mills, April G, 1839. f LOST on the 25th March, between my dwelling and Jerseytown, or in Jersoytown, a calfskin Pocket Book, containing, ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE DOLLARS m Bank ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1839

'I have sworu upon tUo Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ocr the Blind of Man." Thomas Jeffc-mon. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY 1L WEBB. Volume HI. BLO'OBISISITIfcG, OOliUMBIA COUNTY,, FA. SATUS&25AY, MAY 25, 1SS9- Ntkmitocr 4. K. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, th'tostTE St. Paul's Church, Main-sT- TERMS : The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be .published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable naif yearly in advance, or J wo lJollun Fifty Cents, if not puid within the year, jfro subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously insert td at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. ICF"A liberal discount made to those ivho advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. Lines for declamation, for a small boy in the Bloomsburg Academy. Sir...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1839

Adelaide)' rcar,t$h ts& Iwr, and slw fell on tlio lloor with an agonized shriek. She is now in the hospital ! Tlio mother had re ligion to support her and said, Thy will he done' Hut tlio shock was too much for her and she now lies beside him who murdered her. Henry had left the tippling shop at mid night, and with his head swimming with thefurnes of rum he reeled towards home; he came to a pile of stone in his way, and not perceiving them he fell in amoug them, and one sharp stone entered his temple Drunkard I this is a Irne talo Beware. AN EXTRACT. There is nothing so destructive to the -morals, and we may add to the peace of any community, as the neglect ot parents rich or poor, to teach their sons the impor tapce of being early engaged in some active employment. Too many of the citizens of every place, uudor the influence of a false jiridc, suffer their sons, after academical studies, to lounge about the public offices and taverns of their places of residence, rather than to...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1839

p-JJl"! "'I1 lJ"' ' " - ' '' ' Tllfi COLUMBIA. DEMOCRAT. 'riteTH wrrnocT raAii " SJITUnU.1V, MAY 95, 1S30. yvzz? cojineii stoke, Of tho ORANGEVILLE UNION CHURCH will be laid on Sunday, the Dili Df June next, with appropriate ceremonies. Orangcvillc, May 18, 1839. NOItTH BRANCH CANAL. 1 "Mnch pains has been taken by afeu mischievous persons, (who tire totally des titute of both morales political pnnciples.aiid In the habit of slandering and falsifying the nctions and doings of theii neighbors) to impress it upon the public mind that there has been d private letting, to some of the citizens of this place, of the rebuilding and repairing of the Canal Bridges, &c. The whole s"lory is untrue it was fabricated ind nut in circulation by pirates, loafers, anil the aly and insidious enemies of the Democratic party, who arc watching for the commission of somo act, by those who now have charge of the Canal, which they may uso to prejudice the public against the Canal Commissioners, the Sup...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 May 1839

PROSPECTUS ' For publishing a new paper inthc borough of Harrisburg, entitled the State Capitol Gasr.ettG. Br iliiLDitooK, Ke.niook & Envrroy, fTHIIE Subscribers propose to publish o newspa H. per in the borough of Harrishurc;, with the titlo of tlio " State Capitol Gazette." The Gazette will be devoted to the support and advancement of democratic principles, based upon the political and philosophical lrul!i3 of universal equality of right; nud the sovereignty of the peoplo's will designated by the voico of tho majoiity that all civil govern ment and law cminato from tho people, exist only by their assent or poimidsion.and that they have an unalienable right to remodel, alter or abolish cither nt tlioir pleasure, whenever they may deem it ne cessary for their welfare and happiness, and that cv cry thing which tend3 to weaken or subvert those principles, goes directly to rap the foundation of our republican Institutions, and should bo checked with a prompt hand and vigorous energ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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